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The Nomad portable area spot light - 2 years to develop, 20 seconds to deploy. This is a portable and rechargeable quick deployment 4,000 lumen LED area light and spotlight. At 17 lbs. and 33", it can be carried through the worst terrains imaginable and still deploy in 20 seconds. An internal rechargeable lithium ion battery provides 2.5 to 9 hours of light. The Nomad offers 3 intensities and converts from an area light to spotlight by quickly detaching its diffuser lens. Telescopes up to 8 ft. tall and the light head can rotate 340° and is as bright as your car's high beams. The Nomad can also be used in carry mode or as a backpack light. No cords or charging at the scene is needed and this portable light can go anywhere, including on uneven terrain. The Nomad is all-weather and impact resistant. This light was designed for use by fire, search and rescue, EMS, industrial, law enforcement, military, photography and much more.

FoxFury Nomad Prime Portable Scene Light

PT#: 200-800

FoxFury Nomad Prime Portable Scene Light

:: Specifications

  • Weight: 17 lbs.
  • Size closed position: diameter 4.6", length 33"
  • Size when deployed: max height of 95"
  • Nylon 66 body with 6061-T6 aluminum head
  • Stainless steel telescoping tube
  • Carrying strap: black
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion 200WH battery system
  • Battery life: low intensity 24 hours, medium intensity 9 hours, high intensity 3 hours
  • Fully recharges in 5 hours

:: Features

  • Light emissions: 4,000 lumen, 45,216 candle power
  • 8° spotlight or scene light
  • Distance vision: up to 1.1 mi
  • 75 Watt power consumption
  • 6 white LED's
  • Deploys in under 20 seconds
  • Head telescopes up to 95"
  • Head can rotate 340°
  • On/off mode switch at base of unit
  • Built in level and leg adjustments for uneven terrain
  • Hold down clamp
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • AC or DC charge
  • Battery level indicator

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